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Personal Artist Profiles

Declan Smith

Declan Smith

(Also known as)

Larger than life Declan began DJ'ing in 1992. A year later, he became resident at United Dance playing the Hardcore scene's toughest Dancefloor killer anthems, alongside those like Slipmatt and Vibes. read more

Donna Grassie

Donna Grassie

(Also known as)

Donna has studied and written music from an early age and started performing in 1988. She has performed at the London Paladium and various other venues throughout the UK and Ireland. read more

Duncan Busto

Duncan Busto

(Also known as)

Ipswich based Duncan Busto took up DJ'ing in 1987, when he was at college in London. read more

Emma Finch-Turner

Emma Finch-Turner

(Also known as)

Emma is a talented singer / songwriter with a wide vocal range. Her classically trained voice and intelligent lyrical ability, coupled with the musicianship and expertise of her production team (Dave Coker of Wubble-U and Dave Jay) collectively known as Dilemma, is a definite recipe for success. read more

Errol Francis

Errol Francis

Errol is a man of many alter-egos, but best known as Dextrous and best known for his ground-breaking work in the composition of the documentary, Feltham Sings, for which he and Stage 1000 were awarded the prestigious Ivor Novello award. read more

Femi Olasehinde

Femi Olasehinde

Ola assures us all that he is not musical at all and believes that the western world would see him his completely tone deaf. read more

Gary Robinson

Gary Robinson

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Hertfordshire based writer, producer and remixer Gary J Robinson broke into the underground music scene in mid 1997 due to the unexpected success of a number of cutting edge web sites he designed and launched for some of the U.K underground music scenes key players. read more

Geoff Woolley

Geoff Woolley

(Also known as)

Geoff Woolley is a fine example that you're never too old to make Dance music. Having played keyboards in various bands since he was just 14 years old, he went on to achieve City & Guilds in both sound engineering and music technology. read more

George Jones

George Jones

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James Foster

(Also known as)

Jim Foster is the inimitable Jimmy J: one of hardcore's top producers and one third of hardcore trio, Triple J. read more

Jan Salisbury

Jan Salisbury

Citadel of Kaos tracks can now be found on Narcotix Inc, JAL, XY2 and FDN labels run by Stage One. Its name represents the mind changing effects of all forms of music particularly experimental Break Beat. read more

Jason Cambridge

Jason Cambridge

A-Sides has been into music since 1985, when he started DJ'ing at House Parties. He would make a brand new tune out of two existing ones on the decks. read more

Jason Greenhalgh

Jason Greenhalgh

Jason acquired his first piece of studio equipment during the mid 1980's and began DJing in 1987. He released his first tune in 1992 and has released over 50 tracks since, including the popular and extremely wicked “Champion Sound”. read more

Jayesh Patel

Jayesh Patel

(Also known as)

Jay is one half of the now notorious Scammers, hailing from East Anglia and massive in Norwich. Jay and George have been busy playing to large crowds and have toured the country over and over. read more

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Jeff Bertolla

Jah Free is Stage 1000 most experienced composer, and after years in the business his releases are still doing remarkably well. read more